World Energy Week is the Council’s annual general gathering of global energy leaders to promote the sustainable supply and use of energy for the greatest benefit of all.
The week-long event hosted by the Council’s Italian member committee, 8 – 11 October, will offer a wide range of activities and networking opportunities for the global energy community including high-level, exclusive sessions that will convene Ministers, CEOs and energy leaders. The event will drive debate and open dialogue between an audience of local and global energy experts. There will also be prestigious social events throughout the week including a special cocktail reception.
Its mission is to:
- Convene energy leaders and practitioners from across the spectrum of the energy system to identify and set the priorities of the world energy community;
- Provide a stage for the Council’s content and insights, and to share perspectives on new developments and experiences across the global energy system and how each country can address its energy trilemma;
- Catalyse thought leadership;
- Assess strategic priorities for the Council across content, network and platforms, allowing time for regional and global communities to come together.
Innovation, new technologies, resilience and energy access are topics set to be high on the agenda at this year’s World Energy Week in Milan. The event will also host the Council’s major governance meetings culminating in a full Executive Assembly Plenary. Other events include:
World Energy Leaders’ Summit
A high-level event co-hosted by the Italian government to facilitate ongoing dialogue for the global energy leaders’ community.
Energy Transition Summit
A unique opportunity to advance dialogue between the public and private sector, and design a long-term energy policy under the framework of the Energy Trilemma, building on the Council’s studies and insights.
Future Energy Leaders’ Summit
An interactive platform for young energy leaders to network and explore critical issues high on the energy agenda.
Italian Energy Day
Key sessions will include discussions on resilience, digitalisation and market design, green finance, e- mobility, as well as marco-regional and international energy issues.